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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES SAT., SEPTEMBER 19, 1981
'" ITEMS for this column should reach us no later
than Friday before the desired publication week.
Two to three weeks prior is even better! Mail to:
Calendar, The Carolina Times, P.O. Box 382$,
Durham, NC 27702. No charge.
DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS MENUS
September 21 -25
Monday Fresh fruit, assorted cereal, milk.
Tuesday Chilled juice, sausage biscuit or
Wednesday Chilled juice or fruit cup, cereal,
milk. . .
Thursday Chilled juice, cheese toast or cereal,
Friday Cinnamon applesauce, assorted cereal,
Monday Italian style spaghetti wzesty meat
sauce, fresh crisp mixed vegetable salad, fresh
grapes, Italian Rolls, choice of milk.
Tuesday Pig in blanket or ham biscuit, cheesy
macaroni, steamed vegetable greens, rosey ap
plesauce, choice of milk.
Wednesday Tender sliced turkey wsavory
brown gravy, sweet potato supreme, peanutty green
beans, chilled sliced peaches, whole wheat yeast
rolls, choice of milk.
Thursday Tuna salad delight on lettuce leaf
wtomato wedges, saucy baked beans, Manager's
fruit surprise, crisp oven crackers, choice of milk.
Friday Seasoned oven-fried chicken, parsley
rice wtiny carrot sprinkles, buttered spinach, car
nival fruit salad, cornmeal yeast rolls, choice of
DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS MENUS
September 21 - 26
Monday Cereal, juice, milk.
Tuesday Sausage biscuit, orange slices, milk.
Wednesday Manager's choice, milk.
Thursday Cheese toast, juice, milk.
Friday Sausage biscuit, applesauce, milk.
Monday Manager's Favorite, milk.
Tuesday Lasagna, lettuce wedge wdressing,
vegetable sticks, pudding wtopping, milk.
Wednesday Beef stew, green beans, pears
wcheese, hot roll, cookie, milk.
Thursday Corn dog, potato rounds, pickles,
carrot sticks, cake wFrosting, milk.
Friday Hamburger, lettuce & tomatoe slices,
french fries, banana pudding, milk.
SHEPARD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL will hold
its first PTSA meeting for the 1981-82 school year,
Tuesday, Septeniber 29, at 7:30 p.m., in the school
cafeteria. All parents are encouraged to attend this
orientation meeting. Officers for the year will be
NCCU MUSEUM OP ART Recent Acquisi
tions art exhibit runs through October 2. Museum
hours Tuesday through Friday are 9 a.m.-5 p.mM
Sunday 2-5. Admission is free.
The exhibition features a variety of styles and
media. A number of North Carolina artists are
represented. A 1940 oil painting by Claude Howell
of three women complements the large colorful
landscape pf "Mount Mitchell from Cave River"
which was done by Howell in 1968.
The Afro-American artists among others
represented are North Carolina born William Artis
(1919-1977), Hale Woodruff (1900-1981), and
Charles White (1918-1979). A color lithograph en
titled "Sound of Silence" illustrates the strength
and grace of White's draftsmanship was purchased
with funds given by the Friends of the Museum. A
terra cotla "Head of a Boy" by Artis and a pastel
titled "Mississippi Erosion" by Woodruff were
both given by Mrs. Elder in honor other late hus
band, Dr. Alfonso Elder's service to the university.
He served as the university's second president.
' NEW CLUB FORMING A club is being
organized in Durham for physically handicapped'
persons -between the ages of 20 and 40. All in
terested persons are asked to write Ms. L. Edwards,
P.O. Box 1599, Durham, N.C. 27702, giving your
name and address. Information will be sent to you
regarding the time and place of the first meeting.
SIXTH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST, sponsored
by the Piedmont International Club, Burlington,
will be held at the National Guard Armory, North
Church St., Burlington, September 25, 5-11 p.m.
Authentic 50-piece "Little German Band" with
dancers.Admission $6 includes one German meal.
CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL, sponsored by
Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department, will
feature the film "The Million Dollar Duck" on Fri
day, September 25. The film will be shown in the
Carrboro Elementary Auditorium and will begin at
3:30 p.m. A small admission fee is charged. For
more information, call 942-8541 , ext. 203.
BLACK CHILD CONFERENCE The
Eleventh. Annual Conference of the National Black
Child Development Institute will be held October
8-10, at the Capitol Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC.
A special block of rooms at the Hilton has been
reserved at greatly reduced rates for conference par
ticipants. This block will be released for general
reservations after September 16. Deadline for pre
registration for the conference is September 18.
For registration forms andor further informa
tion, contact NBCDI, 1463 Rhode Island Ave.,
NW, Washington, D.C. 20005.
HAVE A SPARE PIANO? The Mental Health
Association in Durham County is looking for a
good used piano for the use of the patients at John
Umstead Hospital. If you have such a piano, call
the Mental Health .Association at 683-2052. Dona
tions for this piano should be sent to the office at
212 Albemarle Street and marked for the piano
fund. - .
They also need a good used sewing machine
which sews just simple stitches. No extras to be used
by the patients. You can also donate to this project
at the address above.
"IMAGES IN WATERCOLOR," an exhibition
of four watercolor artists from the Chapel Hill area
is now open at the Durham Art Guild Galleries, 120
Morris St. The featured artists, Missie Dickens,
JoAnne Rose, Frances Calhoon, and Stephanie B.
Carleton, all represent familiar subject matter but
each provides her own unique interpretations. Ad
mission is free. The show will run through October
6. The public is welcome.
CLAIRE COOPERSTEIN "New Dimen
sions". Solo exhibition of plastic sculpture. Open
ing reception Sunday, September 20, 3-6 p.m., at!
The Gallery in Coggin Plaza, 441 1 Durham-Chapel
Hill Blvd., Durham. Continues through-October
12. Gallery hours Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Phone 493-7467.
THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS of
Durham will hold an evening social, The
President's Coffee, on Thursday, September 24, at
7:30 p.m., at 1620 University Drive. The event is for
new and prospective members to meet the League
president and Durham League members. The public
is invited. For more information, call 688-1920.
. WOMEN OF ALL AGES: You have a fine into
the world of communication with the Triangle
Cities Toastmistress Club. While making new
friends, the Toastmistress Club teaches you the art
of public speaking and speechmaking. Dismiss your
fears and visit their meetings at the Sears' Con
ference Room at Northgate Shopping Center every
second and fourth Thursday at 6:30 p.m. For more
information, call Durham 596-6629.
' CHAIR CANING CLASS The Carrboro Recrea
tion and Parks Department will sponsor an 8-week
fall class in Basic Chair Caning. The class will In
troduce various types of weaving materials and
their usage and will provide demonstrations of
splint seats, press cane seats, and hole cane seats.
The main emphasis will be on hole cane weaving.
Each participate will need to provide a chair to
cane and few additional materials.
Classes will meet every Tuesday from 7:30-9
p.m., September 23-November lh Jnstructor will
be Ms. Betty Cross. Preregistration is required and
class size wilt be limited. There is a $10 non
refundable registration fee
For more information, call 942-8541, ext. 203.
FALL CLASS REGISTRATION is now open at
the Durham YWCA. 809 Proctor St. Classes of
fered in the categories of "Women On The Move",
"Parenting", and "Learn Something New & Have
Some Fun". Call 688-4396 for detailed informa
tion, or pick up your copy of the fall class schedule
at the YWCA, Vickers & Proctor.' '
DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL'S STREET FAIR
and the Durham Committee for the International
Year for the Displaced Person will have a booth on
September 19, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and September 20,
1-5 p.m. Anyone interested in participating in this
booth or who wishes more information, please call
489-1606 in the evening.
AMERICAN EDUCATION AND THE CHRIS
TIAN is the theme of a two-day conference on
September 18-19 sponsored by the Carolina Study
Center. Featured speaker is Dr. Glen Heck, dean at
the National College of Education in Evanston, Il
linois. The four-session conference begins Friday at
.7:30 p.m., in the East Duke Music Room in the East
Duke Building in Durham. Saturday's sessions
begin at 9 and continue throughout the day. The
public is invited. Registration is at the door. For
more information, contact the Carolina Study
Center at 286-5587 in Durham or 942-7330 in
HEY KIDS The Carrboro Recreation Depart
ment's Free Dog Show will be held on Saturday,
September 19 from 10 a.m. until noon at the Carr
boro Town Hall Field.
MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE 433
Murray Avenue, Durham, is open 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; 1-6 p.m., Sun
day. Call 477-0431 for information.
DOCENT CLASS: For persons who work with
visiting school groups, beginning September 21 at
9:30 a.m. For more information and registration,
Call Ms. Christine Manda at 477-0431. .
MATINEES: Friday, Sept. 18, 3:30, two short
films "Make Way for Ducklings; and "Ducks."
Saturday, Sept. 20, 3:30 pm., the film "Johnny
EXHIBIT: Don't miss "The Great Plains Ex
perience" exhibits sponsored by the N.C. Museum
of Life and Science at the Durham Street Arts
Festival. Participate in stargazing in the portable
planetarium, handle animals, make candles and
cornhusk people, adventure into the kaleidoscope, (
listen to a special folk music program.
DUKE UNIVERSITY ARTIST" SERIES presents
its exciting 52nd Season beginning with the Cana
dian Brass ensemble on Monday, October 19, and
the Feld Ballet on Thursday and Fnday, November
12-13. 1982 begins with Michael Best, the
Metropolitan Opera tenor, on Thursday, January
21. Two events follow in February: Virtuosi Di
Roma, Italy's most celebrated virtuosi
instrumentalists playing glorious Baroque music on
Wednesday, the 17th, and the world premiere pro
duction of Abelard & Heloise, Pulitzer Prize winner
Robert Ward's opera on Tuesday, the 23rd. The
fabled French flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal on
Wednesday, March 24, is followed by the operetta
Die Fledermaus on Tuesday, April 6. Call Page Box
Office, 684-4059, for season ticket information and
ask about the discount on the Triangle Dance Guild
Mini-Series featuring the Mlmi Garrard Dance
Theatre on Sunday, September 27, and the Oakland
Ballet on Friday, February 12.
FINANCIAL AID FOR SCHOOL Let EOC
(Educational Opportunity Center) show you the
way. The latest information on federal campus
based and independent aid funds and a counselor
are available to assist you.
Financial Aid Forms fFAFY Familvi Financial
Statements (FFS) and Basic Grant (BEOG) applica
tions are available at the EOC satellite office, 208 S.
Main St., Roxboro. Call your nearest EOC satellite
office today; Bragtown Library, 1-5 p.m., Friday,
Ms. Dorothy Yajbdrough; Durham County
Library, 1-5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, Ms.
Elizabeth Davis; Stanford L. Warren Library, 1-5
p.m. Thursdays, Ms. Shelia Smith.